‘People don’t see the damage on a day-to-day basis’ – Felicity Mahoney #Shorts #SaveOurOcean

United Nations published this video item, entitled “‘People don’t see the damage on a day-to-day basis’ – Felicity Mahoney #Shorts #SaveOurOcean” – below is their description.

Felicity Mahoney explains that people are less likely to notice damage to the oceans as they don’t see it on a day-to-day basis.

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